Ain Dubai Will Remain Shut Throughout Summer For ‘Enhancement Works’

by Shrestha Purkayastha
Ain Dubai Will Remain Shut Throughout Summer For ‘Enhancement Works’

Dubai has conquered yet another record to its name by launching the world’s largest and tallest observation wheel Ain Dubai and is already open to the public. But if you are planning to visit Ain Dubai right now, you must wait for some more time as it will be shut throughout the Holy Month of Ramadan. Ain Dubai has now announced that it will be closed throughout the summer months for enhancement works. Ain Dubai, also known as the Dubai Eye, did not reveal an official reopening date. Ain Dubai has, however, not announced a reopening date.  Ain Dubai is using this downtime to introduce new and exciting offerings bound to wow visitors.

Ain Dubai Is 2.5 Times Taller Than The Statue Of Liberty

If you are guessing the height of the Ain Dubai observation wheel, it is 2.5 times taller than the Statue of Liberty in New York and close to twice the height of the London Eye. Opened up on October 21, 2021, the observation wheel is located at Bluewaters, Dubai, opposite Caesar’s Palace.

The observation wheel is lifted up by 192 cables which when levelled can elongate 2,400 km. It will put forth lifetime experiences beginning with one rotation of nearly 38 minutes, up to two rotations of nearly 76 minutes.

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 Here Are 5 Things You Should Know About Ain Dubai

  1. 360-degree glimpse from observation cabins
  • The world’s largest and tallest observation wheel will give a 360-degree view of Dubai from 250 metres in the sky. Additionally, it is 82 meters high in stature than the High Roller in Las Vegas.
  • The observation wheel will have 48 luxurious air-conditioned cabins -each of which is bulkier than two double-decker buses -which can almost occupy a total of 1,750 people.



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  1. World’s tallest observation wheel
  • Approximately twice the height of the London Eye, Ain Dubai promises to take visitors to a height of 250 metres from where they can relish a breathtaking view of Dubai’s picturesque skyline.
  1. Packages for Special occasions
  • From dining in the heaven and privileged celebration packages to corporate and event offerings, it will bring over 19 customisable experiences adjacent to Dubai’s skyline scenery.


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  1. Record-breaking use of steel
  • Over 9000 tonnes of steel were put into use to create this exceptional masterwork, overtaking the percentage of steel that was used to build the Eiffel Tower, claims its official website.

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  1. Ain Dubai ticket price
  • Tickets are readily accessible on the Ain Dubai website. For adults, prices are Dh130 (₹2,628), and Dh100 (₹2,020) for children aged between 3 and 12 years.

Are you looking forward to getting a feel of this exquisite asset of Dubai?

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